Artists On The Bluff Partners With Equestrian …

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Artists on the Bluff is excited to announce their upcoming exhibition, Connecting the Community, March 1 – April 5, 2013. Featuring art work created by Artists on the Bluff and The Art Therapy Program of Equestrian Connection, this exhibit connects the Lake Forest/Lake Bluff art communities.

Since 2006, The Art Therapy Program of Equestrian Connection has furthered the Equestrian Connection’s vision to improve the quality of life for children, adolescents, and adults with special needs and their families. Through the creative process of art making, the artists enhance their physical, mental and emotional well-being. For more information on the program please visit: www.equestrianconnection.org/ArtTherapy.aspx

Keeping with the objective to build self-confidence, the Art Therapy Program of Equestrian Connection supports the artists in exhibiting their work. “We are very thankful for this partnership with Artists on the Bluff. At The Station Gallery, our artists have an opportunity to share and celebrate their work with the larger community,” says Julie Ludwick, ATR, LCPC, Equestrian Connection art therapist.

Please join us for the public opening night reception, March 1st, 6-8 pm. Drawings, paintings, and sculptures will be on display.

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